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Originally held on the birthday of Wenona founder, Edith Hooke, Foundation Day has changed over the years but is always a huge celebration of the spirit and achievements of the school.
Seven ensembles from Wenona’s co-curricular bands and percussion program gave brilliant performances in their concert this week in the Independent Theatre.
Eight ensembles from Wenona’s co-curricular music program gave brilliant performances in the first concert this week in the Independent Theatre. Click here to view photos from this concert.
This week, Year 7 were involved in 2 days of ‘Design Thinking’.
Design Thinking is a problem-solving process which involves teamwork, creativity, planning and organisation. For this project, stude ...
Drug and alcohol educator, Paul Dillon, spoke to our Year 10, 11 and 12 students this week. He believes one-off sessions with teenagers don’t work well.
“Drug education works best when you build up a ...
Following spectacularly bad weather during rehearsals, Wenona choirs more than made up for it with some brilliant performances in two choral events in the School’s Big Gym and Independent Theatre.
Year 8 students embraced 'challenge by choice' at their action packed school camp.
An opportunity for Wenona students to participate in the Gurkhas Challenge was too good to miss.
Rain was no barrier to successful competition and house cheers at the 2017 Junior School Athletics Carnival.
Australians responsible for significant moments in the nation’s history have been celebrated in colourful portraits painted by Wenona Year 6 students.
Wenona graduate Kate Obermayer spoke of advocacy and living with deafness at a Women of Spirit breakfast which enjoyed record attendance.
Senior College mothers and daughters showed support for the Aminata Maternal Foundation after its founder shared her personal journey to support the maternal health of women in Sierra Leone.